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Dec 28, 2019

according to are a bunch of trends in 2019 that we'll likely regret in a few years....agree or no?
best way to return those unwanted holiday gifts according to consumer reports
have you ever had (or heard of) a leftovers party?
what are some of your favorite things do in the time between christmas and new year's? a puzzle, hit up christmas sales, deep clean stuff in your house (like getting rid of all those beauty samples from 5 years ago)
according to are some things we're looking forward to in 2020
news came up with their word of the year...(existenial)...but they also saw a 313% increase in some of their "runner up" words
fashion faux pas for first dates for the holidays
a man in japan has come up with an ingenious way to keep their baby from missing the mother...
alexa "change the subject"
new york post has a list of productivity hacks for 2020...many are online courses
goodbye/fun facts....Modern Medicine Day, marking the birth of Louis Pasteur, the father of modern medicine, in France, on December 27, 1822. Pasteur developed modern inoculation methods and the pasteurization process. He and his wife had five children, however, three died young from typhoid fever. It was the deaths of his children and his deep religious beliefs that drove Louis to investigate infectious diseases in order to find a cure.